The Conspiracy: Pine Barrens is a ghost town in NJ. But what makes it so interesting is there is only one building- that would be Ong’s Hat. It is said that the town was bustling in the 1860s. Though it is unknown if there were ever any additional structures. Regardless the town has been documented on maps for years. The conspiracy is that some believe professors at Princeton University used the town to conduct quantum physics experiments. And legend says that they even made a man disappear for 7 minutes and he claims he went to another dimension into another version of Earth.
Ummm… How might One go about #writing a #horror game, based loosely on the “Ong’s Hat” (and the associated “Egg” mythology) #creepypasta?
Seriously, I know nothing about game development, but really believe that that “legend” would make for a truly creepy playable game!
Has the oppressive August heat had you pining for the woods? Well, If you take the New Jersey Turnpike to exit four and follow Route 70 east, you will reach Route 72 at Four Mile Circle. If you take the sharp left from the circle you’ll find Ong’s Hat Road and a desolate, murky trail that may lead to Ong’s Hat, an abandoned place with an interdimensional portal hidden deep in the Pine Barrens.
The legend of Ong’s Hat includes tales of arcane texts, jilted lovers, lively watering holes, mad physicists, interdimensional travel, and a gateway to other dimensions.
Join your host, Owen McCuen as he takes you on a mystifying journey into the Pine Barrens and its secrets in Jacob’s Revenge.
What’s happening guys! Come join me as o take a trip out to 3 Historic Haunted Pine Barrens locations. Carranza Memorial, Brooksbare Brick Factory and the alleged site of the Ongs Hat Laboratory. Hopefully you guys like and subscribe cause I’d love to have y’all around.
This is weird. I think the authors of this piece are conflating this interview I did with David Jay Brown and Rebecca Novack with the Ong’s Hat mythos. Oh well. More grist for the rumor mill, I guess.
In the realm of urban legends and Internet folklore, few tales are as unnerving and enigmatic as the “Curse of Ong’s Hat Calls.” This disturbing story, originating from the early days of the internet, has captivated curious minds with its haunting phone calls and eerie connections to an abandoned New Jersey town. In this article, we delve into the chilling details of the Ong’s Hat Calls, exploring its origins, reported experiences, and the enduring mystery that surrounds it.
Former military contractors, soldiers, pilots, and more have come forward with shocking claims of Antarctic space weapons facilities, cloaking, and even teleportation technologies that are in the hands of a dark faction hidden from the rest of society. We hear these reports and discuss the possibility that a very real phenomenon is sweeping the globe, and those in power will do anything to keep it hidden from us.
El sombrero de Ong es una de las primeras teorías de conspiración que se conocen tras la creación de internet. Se ha catalogado como un cuento o una broma pero incluso hoy en día hay gente que piensa que podría ser real. La documentación que existe sobre este misterio no tiene autor, está dividida en antiguos faxes, redes BBS, imágenes en sitios web, documentos de científicos rebeldes que conocían el secreto. Etc. Aparecieron en la radio de la época y se fotocopiaban documentos para distribuirlos en todas partes. En 1978 un hombre llamado Wali Ford compró 200 acres de tierra boscosa para construir un refugio donde evadirse con sus amigos en un lugar llamado Pine Barrens. Llamaría al refugio Ashram un lugar espiritual donde poder realizar experimentos sin el ojo crítico del mundo. Sus amigos eran un grupo de profesores de la universidad de Princenton que se reunían allí en secreto para realizar experimentos de física cuántica combinados con la teoría del caos para descubrir un método de viaje dimensional.